Johnson & Johnson - Acuvue Advance Contact Lenses
Acuvue Advance contact lenses are fortnightly disposable contacts with the following advantages: - Superior UV protection compared to other fortnightly disposable lenses - Long-lasting comfort thanks to Hydraclear - Excellent oxygen delivery through the lens, for healthier eyes - Acuvue Advance satisfaction guarantee Acuvue Advance with Hydraclear covers nearsightedness (-) or farsightedness (+) corrections and is one of the few lenses for biweekly disposable wear in the UK. If you never wore contact lenses before, there are some points to consider before buying Acuvue Advance contacts online. Normally, free Acuvue Advance trial lenses are fitted onto your eyes by the optician to ensure individual suitability, prior to you ordering them online. The eye care professional will also give advice on hygiene, cleaning, storage and after care for your Acuvue Advance lenses. You can then save your samples containers to identify the lenses and buy them cheaper online. Talk to your optician about Acuvue Advance contact lenses to make sure you get a copy of your prescription and save your trials after, so that you can get exactly the same contacts from us, but cheaper. ACUVUEÂ® ADVANCEÂ® with HYDRACLEARÂ® parameters Lens type: Biweekly disposable Material: 53% Galyfilcon A Water content: 47% Oxygen permeability: 86 Dk/t Lens diameter (DIA): 14.0 mm Base curve (BC/Radius): 8.3 mm or 8.70 mm Available powers (SPH): +8.00 to -12.00 Handling tint: Yes Indicator print: Yes, '123' UVA/UVB protection: Yes, >90% UV-A, 99% UV-B Weight: 24 g per 6-pack Usage instructions: Daily wear for 2 weeks or extended wear for up to 6 nights Contents: 6 contact lenses per box To find out more about what others think of Acuvue Advance lenses, you can compare reviews on this product page. To learn more about the manufacturer Johnson and Johnson, you can watch Johnson & Johnson's channel on YouTube, or their dedicated Acuvue channel for more contact lens specific videos. Johnson and Johnson also launched a learning portal website, specifically for eye care professionals, called The Vision Care Institute which offers courses and learning.